cabins in the city

blogged at www.tallgrassprairiestudio.blogspot.com

  • Courtney Tucker 6y

    ahh, gorg!! the best is the binding. and you've totally inspired the binding for my current quilt now! there is not a drop of bright teal to be seen in it, but I think it will pop (like this does) amazingly.
  • Jacquie G 6y

    thanks courtney...so funny you mentioned the binding. i auditioned loads of fabric....i'm so happy i chose this. thanks for the kind words.
  • Pear Tree Stitching 6y

    Really pretty! I love the modern colors and design! And I agree - the teal was a great choice for the binding :-)
  • Helen 6y

    Lovely! I really like the diagonal quilting. I'm working on a log cabin quilt too at the moment am already pondering the quilting.... inspiring!
  • Rossie 6y

    beautiful!
  • stephanielallgood 6y

    Love your colors and the quilting is perfect!
  • Nani L 6y

    so nice...I'm a fan of that binding too!
  • Jill Chapman 6y

    I love the colour choice, and how the off-white really makes them pop! Also, the surprise of the rectangular blocks instead of squares is fun, too.
  • tifdara 6y

    perfect name! love this quilt...
  • Carol 6y

    Beautiful! I wish it were mine. :)
  • chickenfoot 6y

    me likey!
    and ditto on your choice for bindingts perfect
  • Quilts são Eternos Helena Guerra Vicente 6y

    It's amazing, I love it! I love that diagonal quilting!
  • Cera 6y

    wonderful colors and contrast
  • becca 6y

    it's beautiful!!
  • Rachel @ 2nd Avenue Studio 6y

    awesome
  • drury girl 6y

    very cool!
  • Rangoli45 5y

    Lovely quilt!
  • ArTêmanhas da Tê 4y

    adorable!!!
  • Fiesta*Su 3y

    really beautiful!
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